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When Rainbows Walk

Bob Adamov

358 pages
Packard Island Publishing
When the treasure-laden Spanish galleon, The Atocha, sinks off the Marquesas Islands during a 1622 hurricane, its $400 million in treasure remained untouched for 351 years until discovered by treasure hunter, Mel Fisher, and moved to the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum in Key West. A ruthless terrorist on the run from Israel's Mossad and a die-hard Mafioso in the Federal Witness Protection Program, hunted by contract killers, find themselves drawn into the unlikely partnership of heisting Mel Fisher's treasure during Hurricane Charley. Emerson Moore, the Washington Post investigative reporter and resident of Lake Erie's South Bass Island resort town of Put-in-Bay, travels on assignment to Key West to cover the hurricane's impact. Joined by his ex-Navy SEAL sidekick, Sam Duncan, Moore finds his assignment taking a dramatic change as he is lured into a spider web of intrigue. Filled with murder, fights, underwater action, sunken boats, double-crossing, shark attacks, drug running, and boating thrills; When Rainbows Walk takes readers to exotic locations satiated with unforgettable characters and a surprising climax!
Author Bio
Adamov, who resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, is an avid Key West visitor and island traveler. He is Vice President - Human Resources & Public Relations for an Akron, Ohio company. A Kent State University graduate, he resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and often can be seen driving throughout northeastern Ohio and the Lake Erie islands in his award-winning, bright yellow 1939 Packard street rod.